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deliver and free could, deliver and free burdens and regulations and allow the uk to fords new trade deals and they say figures are very conservatives and gdp could be boosted by another 80.5 billion and so on and so on but none of this talks about what we get currently from the eu in terms of research grant... it is a wish list. if we do a deal with the tahrir, if we do if we do a deal with the tahrir, if wedoa if we do a deal with the tahrir, if we do a deal with asian economies... we have to do the deals first.” we do a deal with asian economies... we have to do the deals first. i am sorry to sound sceptical but we saw that on the buses during the referendum campaign. do you think theresa may will keep to the timetable of triggering article 50? i can't see why not, if they vote then mps will go for it. they might try to turn on the odd amendment here and there if they can.
but yes, i think she will. we will have to see whether or not she gets forced into a general election. you we re forced into a general election. you were mentioning the sales as a metaphor, but let's talk about the real boxing day sales. £4 billion bonanza as foreigners boost the boxing day sales. foreigners, we like them now! this is the daily express, that's ok then! why are foreigners coming? because of the pound! it is astonishing. we were talking before we came on air about the old days when there would be a very posh person from the bbc who would interview a young couple sitting outside a department store somewhere and they were going to go to safer for £20. there's a woman quoted here who bought two pairs of shoes that were reduced from £630 to £90 a pair, if you can afford to
spend that on shoes then you probably don't need to go in that crash in the sales! i find probably don't need to go in that crash in the sales! ifind it astonishing. but it is good for retail. you're not a salesperson? i hate shopping, i can think of so many things i would rather do. i'm not going to the sales. i don't know why people would want to do this when you had so many discounts before christmas. during the christmas shopping was astonished to see how much was cheaper, as if it was a perpetual sale. great for the retail sector if people want to go out, but not for me. many thanks to both of you. i guess it is the last time we will see you this year. bargain basement, we are! our very own boxing day sale withjoe and nigel. thanks and happy new year to both of you. coming up next on bbc news it is time for sportsday. hello and welcome to sportsday, i'm reshmin chowdhury
chelsea's winning streak continues. they're seven points clear at the top of the premier league. allardyce makes his point, the former england manager takes charge at crystal palace with a draw against watford. and thistlecrack beats cue card to win the king george at kempton. good evening and welcome to sportsday. chelsea are seven points clear at the top of the premier league after a club record 12th straight win. they beat bournemouth 3—0 at stamford bridge, the tenth clean sheet of that winning run. two goals from pedro plus a penalty from eden hazard leaves chelsea closing in on arsenal's i4—game winning record. it's important now to continue this
run. within four days will have another tough game against stoke city and we have to prepare very well because now, here, when you play the other teams, every team wa nts to play the other teams, every team wants to beat you. manchester city are up to second in the table after their 3—0 victory away at hull. all the goals came in the second half as pep guardiola's men had to overcome a stubborn hull side, who remain rooted to the bottom of the table. drew savage reports. you don't always get what you want over the festive season but manchester city are a very well—connected club these days. pep guardiola, confident of the three points required to keep their
championship challenge going. but the first half at hull didn't go to plan, orjohn stone is to first—team action, limited to injury after 18 minutes but over time this tale of two cities opened up at both ends, first kevin de bruyne for manchester and then hull got confidence and a foothold in the game. michael dawson only kept out by the defence of experience of bacary sagna. mike phelan's side had hope of getting themselves of the bottom of the table but hope will only get you so far. robberds's sterling allowed yaya toure to do what he normally does, scoring on boxing day for the third year in a row. with the breakthrough made gaps appeared in the hull defence, here nacho stepped up the hull defence, here nacho stepped up to make it tozero, the school has on hull became harsher, curtis davies's own goal the last kick of the game. manchester city got what they wanted, off the bottom of the table, manchester city got something to change the direction of their
season. the first ten or 15 minutes in the second half we played good, in the first half we forgot the goal was there. in the second half the strikers and rash saw the goal and made it easy. arsenal left it late against west brom at the emirates. olivier giroud headed the only goal of the game in the 86th minute, on what was his first start of the premier league season. david moyes made his first return to old trafford since being sacked as sunderland took on manchester united. and it wasn't the happy boxing day trip he'd have hoped as united's fourth straight win, as they beat sunderland 3—1. sam alla rdyce returned to football as the new manager of crystal palace in their 1—1 draw at watford. it's three months since allardyce stood down as england manager, and three days since he was appointed as alan pardew‘s successoi’. ben croucher watched the action. if crystal palace's 2016 form had
left them sliding towards the premier league at this, optimism has 110w premier league at this, optimism has now emerged and sam allardyce they have a man with survival instincts. his players looked rejuvenated from the start, cabaye's effort wasn't quite enough to get allardyce out of his seat. turns out it was just a site. playing some expansive football, the thought previous boss alan pardew sacked, palace opened watford up two once more, cabaye had his eye in and palace have their ideal start. benteke had the chance to double the lead, but what would his boss have made of this people penalty? watford have lost four of their last five so resorted to some old—fashioned lump it long football to get back in the game but that wasn't working. they were handed their chance by damien delaney‘s penalty area wrestling, surely troy deeney wouldn't be left wondering, not a chance, his 100th watford goal. wilfried za ha not a chance, his 100th watford goal. wilfried zaha has threw himself to the ground and left
allardyce's heartbreak himself to the ground and left alla rdyce's heartbreak through himself to the ground and left allardyce's heartbreak through the roof. a better crystal palace display on the hall with allardyce picking up and making a point. ben croucher, news. 0n the basis of the chances we created and missing the penalty to go 2—0 up, that was the big moment in the game and when we looked like we we re in the game and when we looked like we were going to hold on we gave a soft penalty away and didn't look in any danger after that, in fact we didn't look in any danger after that, in fact we didn'tlook in any any danger after that, in fact we didn't look in any danger in terms of our goals or chances created by watford today. we just haven't finished and cnet off sadly. it's a point and you always respect the point and you always respect the point away from home but in many ways it's encouraging for me to say we dropped two points today. to the rest of today's premier league results. andre gray's goal gave burnley a 1—0 win over middlesbrough. champions leicester lost 2—0 at home to everton thanks to goals from kevin mirallas and romelu lukaku. and west ham are up to 11th after a 4—1 win over swansea. it's taken them until boxing day
but bristol rugby have their first win of the season, beating worcester 28—20. the issue of head injuries was once again a talking point in the 13th minute with bristol's tusi pisi sent off for this challenge on fly half jamie shillcock. despite being reduced to 14—men tom varndell‘s hattrick gave bristol the victory but they remain bottom of the premiership, two points behind worcester. all three matches in the pro12 on boxing day were derbies. glasgow beat scottish rivals edinburgh 25—12 at murrayfield to end a run of three straight defeats. these two contest the annual 1872 cup across the two matches they play in the domestic season, and glasgow went ahead towards the end of the first half whenjosh strauss bundled over. and the visitors sealed the victory with their third try of the game after the break, finished off byjosh dunbar. no bonus point for glasgow though so they remain in sixth in the table, a point behind ulster and scarlets. edinburgh stay third from bottom.
cardiff blues won their derby at home to newport gwent dragons. josh navidi scored their third try to make it 27—16 just before half—time, but the blues didn't go on to get the bonus point they might have expected. in fact, neither side scored at all in the second half, 27—16 it stayed. munster extended their lead at the top of the table to five points with a 29—17 win over second placed leinster in the day's late game. ronan 0'mahony‘s tryjust before half—time set munster on their way to a valuable bonus point victory. england bowler stuart broad has taken his first wickets in australia's big bash tournament but couldn't stop his hobart hurricanes side from losing to melbourne stars. broad saw his compatriot luke wright hit 48 for melbourne as they overcame hobart‘s total of 188 for four. broad struck twice late on, but the stars outshone the hurricanes winning by seven wickets. rain cut short the opening day
of the second test between australia and pakistan in melbourne. before the weather intervened, a milestone for azhar ali. a half century saw him past the 1,000 run mark for the year. his unbeaten 66 helped pakistan to reach 142—4. to make up for time lost to the rain, day two will get under way earlier than planned at 11pm tonight our time. australia won the first test. frenchman tomma coville has knocked 12 days off the world record for singlehandedly sailing around the planet, without stopping. it took him 49 days, three hours, seven minutes and 38 seconds. the previous record was set by fellow frenchman francis joyon, who took it from britain's ellen macarthur in 2008. coville set off from brest in france on the sixth november, and will rarely have slept for more than three hours at a time. the highly—anticipated
first meeting between the colin tizzard—trained stars cue card and thistlecrack took place in the big race of the christmas period, the king george vi chase at kempton. it was the younger of the two, the 11—10 favourite thistlecrack, with jockey tom scudamore on board. he took it ahead of last year's winner, cue card. john hunt describes the closing stages. a truly astonishing win on only his fourth start over fences for thistlecrack for colin tizzard and tom scudamore. a quite wonderful moment. that's all from sportsday. good night. good evening. after a mild and windy
day for many on christmas day, boxing day has been turning much quieter and colder. those temperatures really dipping outside at the moment, particularly across england and wales so a sharp frost developing. in the north—west, scotla nd developing. in the north—west, scotland and northern ireland, more ofa scotland and northern ireland, more of a breeze continuing so not as cold. in our towns temperatures above freezing generally but in the countryside it will be the coldest night we've seen in quite a while. some frost to start the day on tuesday, some mist and fog patches, more extensive later in the week but as we go through the day many places will be dry and a good day of sunshine so a decent day for a walk on tuesday. a few showers or the north—west of scotland where it will be cloudy. 6—8, colderthan north—west of scotland where it will be cloudy. 6—8, colder than we've seen recently but to compensate there will be more sunshine by the afternoon. by the middle of the week, seems like the one behind me, we're likely to see dense fog from wednesday onwards causing disruption, so do keep tuned to your
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